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PUBLIC LAW 102-587—NOV. 4, 1992 106 STAT. 5047 "(3) representatives of local user groups, conservation and other public interest organizations, scientific organizations, educational organizations, or others interested in the protection and multiple use management of sanctuary resources. "(c) LIMITS ON MEMBERSHIP. — For sanctuaries designated after the date of enactment of the National Marine Sanctuaries Program Amendments Act of 1992, the membership of Advisory Councils shall be limited to no more than 15 members. "(d) STAFFING AND ASSISTANCE.— The Secretary may make available to an Advisory Council any staff, information, administrative services, or assistance the Secretary determines are reasonably required to enable the Advisory Council to carry out its functions. "(e) PUBLIC PARTICIPATION AND PROCEDURAL MATTERS. —The following guidelines apply with respect to the conduct of business meetings of an Advisory Council: "(1) Each meeting shall be open to the public, and interested persons shall be permitted to present oral or written statements on items on the agenda. "(2) Emergency meetings may be held at the call of the chairman or presiding officer. "(3) Timely notice of each meeting, including the time, place, and agenda of the meeting, shall be published locally and in the Federal Register. "(4) Minutes of each meeting shall be kept and contain a summary of the attendees and matters discussed. "SEC. 316. SHORT TITLE. The National 'This title may be cited as The National Marine Sanctuaries Sanctuaries Act'. ". Act. 16 USC 1431 note. Subtitle B—Miscellaneous SEC 2201. GRAVEYARD OF THE ATLANTIC ARTIFACTS. (a) ACQUISITION OF SPACE.—Pursuant to section 314 of the Marine Protection, Research, and Sanctuaries Act of 1972 (16 U.S.C. 1445) and consistent with the Cooperative Agreement entered into in October, 1989, between the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and the Mariner's Museum of Newport News, Virginia, the Secretary of Commerce shall make a grant for the acquisition of space in Hatteras Village, North Carolina, for— (1) the display and interpretation of artifacts recovered from the area of the Atlantic Ocean adjacent to North Carolina generally known as the Graveyard of the Atlantic, including artifacts recovered from the Monitor National Marine Sanctuary; and (2) administration and operations of the Monitor National Marine Sanctuary. (b) AUTHORIZATION. —To carry out the responsibilities of the Secretary of Commerce under this section, there are authorized to be appropriated to the Secretary of Commerce a total of $800,000 for fiscal years 1993 and 1994, to remain available until expended. (c) FEDERAL SHARE. —Not more than two-thirds of the cost of space acquired under this section may be paid with amounts provided pursuant to this section. Grants. North Carolina. Virginia. 16 USC 1445 note.